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The blissful Stiletto Superyacht Is A Floating Paradise

By Victor Baker


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Stiletto Superyacht

Designed by naval architect Ken Freivokh, Stiletto benefits from the experience of one of the world’s leading ship builders, Oceanco, not to mention some pretty stylish looks. The innovative 351-feet vessel could easily be considered one of the world’s largest super yachts, but there’s more to it than just sheer size.

The stunning superyacht boasts its own waterfall, something you don’t hear every day on a vessel. There’s also an impressive outdoor terrace featuring an enclosed swimming pool, a cool bar and pantry, recliners and if you go a few steps you’ll get to a helipad. But that’s not all.

This breathtaking concept yacht also boasts a second swimming pool aboard, plus a gym, spa and a massive lounge where all passengers may socialize and party like there’s no tomorrow. Terraces at the rear end of the yacht surround the swimming pool and offer spectacular views of the sea.

Stiletto Superyacht

The Stiletto superyacht will easily accommodate 16 to 18 guests within a massive owner’s suite, six guest cabins and a spacious VIP cabin that can be split into two cabins. A crew of 30 will keep everything in tip top condition and make every passenger’s life as enjoyable as they’re ever going be.

The most beautiful suite on this vessel is obviously dedicated to the owners of this beauty, showing off a private terrace and a hot tub, and way more luxurious features than the builders are willing to reveal. As for the guests, they could chill out the spa all day long or work out with state of the art equipment at the gym, while looking at large TV screens built into a wall.

Oceanco’s Stiletto will also come with a wide range of water toys and tenders that could be taken on any voyage, which might take a while since the yacht has hybrid propulsion and a maximum speed of 18.5 knots (21 mph).

Stiletto Superyacht

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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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